|Universal Access - Africa|
Keywords: universal access; internet archive; africa; brewster kahle
|Brewster Kahle - Open Knowledge Foundation - Universal Access|
Brewster Kahle's talk on Universal Access at the Open Knowledge Foundation.
Keywords: brewster kahle; open knowledge foundation; universal access; internet archive
|Brewster Kahle at Effat University 2011 - Internet Archive|
Universal Access To All Knowledge. Talk by Brewster Kahle at Effat University, Saudi Arabia. March 11, 2011
Keywords: brewster kahle; effat university; saudi arabia; Universal Access; Internet Archive
|Brewster Kahle-Universal Access To All Knowledge|
Brewster Kahle's talk on Universal Access To All Knowledge given at The Long Now Foundation on November 30, 2011. Introduction As founder and librarian of the storied Internet Archive (deemed impossible by all when he started it in 1996), Brewster Kahle has practical experience behind his universalist vision of access to every bit of knowledge ever created, for all time, ever improving. He will speak to questions such as these: Can we make a distributed web of books that supports vending and len...
Keywords: brewster kahle; universal access; internet archive; long now foundation
|Eben Moglen - Free and Open Software Paradigm for a New Intellectual Commons (2009)|
2009 talk by Eben Moglen with the Software Freedom Conservancy on "Free and Open Software: Paradigm for a New Intellectual Commons" given at the Law of the Commons Conference March 13, 2009 at Seattle University and sponsored by the Seattle Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild.
Keywords: 2009; Seattle; Eben Moglen; networks; humanity; Free Software; software; knowledge; physics; Einstein; information; morality; zero marginal cost; brains; ignorance; economy; bread; WWII; GI Bill; pipes; switches; computers; code; Lawrence Lessig; Creative Commons; Mozilla; Mozilla Foundation; Firefox; reality; Microsoft; Internet Explorer; Freedom; Richard Stallman; GNU/Linux; copyleft; Wikipedia; GPL; RMS; journalism; textbooks; universal access; sharing; commons; patents; Software Freedom Law Center; hackers; economic depression; taxes; Apple; Steve Jobs; YouTube; RSS; Google; public; serfs; serfdom; Karl Marx; law; lawyers; printing press; free press; BSD; software patents; Novell; Software Freedom Conservancy; Free; Open Source; Paradigm; owned knowledge; intellectual property; Free speech; Commons Law
|A selection of talks by Prof. Eben Moglen (2001-2012) - Eben Moglen|
Prof. Eben Moglen is a programmer, historian, professor of law, lawyer and Free Software advocate. After receiving his J.D. and Ph.D. from Yale University he was a designer and implementer of advanced computer languages at I.B.M, later served as law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and currently is professor of Law and Legal History at Columbia University. He serves as General Counsel for the Free Software Foundation pro bono and is the founding director of PUBPAT and the Softwar...
Keywords: Eben Moglen; podcast; Columbia University; networks; humanity; Free Software; software; knowledge; physics; Einstein; information; morality; zero marginal cost; Freedom; 20th Century; industrial press; Catholic Church; Gutenberg; printing press; Protestant Reformation; 15th Century; ignorance; governments; brains; censorship; book burning; ebook; Internet; Internet freedom; surveillance; social networking; control; federated networks; decentralized networks; anonymity; Freedom Box; privacy; privacy by design; Free Software; Free Hardware; Free Bandwidth; democratized; A. J. Liebling; ignorance; economy; PUBPAT; public patents; pipes; switches; computers; code; Lawrence Lessig; Wikipedia; Creative Commons; copyleft; Mozilla; Mozilla Foundation; Firefox; Microsoft; Internet Explorer; Freedom; Richard Stallman; RMS; GNU/Linux; GPL; journalism; textbooks; universal access; sharing; commons; patents; Software Freedom Law Center; FSF; hackers; taxes; Apple; corporations; cellphones; privacy; Free Speech; PGP; GPG